George Ivers Gallery 2

More examples of his Paintings, Miniatures, Sculptures..

George Ivers (1922-2001) was an extraordinarily gifted and prolific Polish artist resident in New Jersey.
He is noteworthy for his expertise in a wide variety of media - oil, watercolor, sculpture (metal, wire, papier-mache, porcelain and paper), porcelain miniatures and graphics.
This Gallery provides additional examples of his work in many different media, created 1950 to 1999.
He was a designer for Lenox China and later art director at Cybis Porcelains.
Unfortunately his career was cut short by Parkinson's disease.

Ivers wire sculpture This gallery is a continuation of first gallery. It includes examples of his art work from the collection of his widow, Iris Ivers.
It is noteworthy that Parkinson's disease started in the early 1980s and gradually grew worse. Nevertheless, he continued with his art work in all media. In the 1990s he strapped weights to his wrists to lower the intensity of his tremors.

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From left to right:
"Firefly Catchers"

"Nature's luscious woman"

"Snowy night"
"Black Sunday", Selma
jungle nature's luscious woman
snowy night
Selma black Sunday

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"Adam and Eve"

"Kujawiak" Polish folk dance

Adam & Eve Kujawiak
MINIATURES enamel on fragments of porcelain.

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groups of pendants. A "USA 25c coin" included to show size.

fragments of porcelain in shape of sails
miniature grp miniature grp fragments in shape of sails

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"Nude" design on plate

"Grande bouquet"

Porcelain figure.
nude on plate grande bouquet ceramic nude

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Wire sculpture
approx 1m - 3ft) tall

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